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Reference Use of NHANES data to link chemical exposures to chronic diseases: a cautionary tale.

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  Reference Exposure Stressor Number of Receptors Receptors Receptor Notes Medium Exposure Marker Marker Level Measurement Statistic Assay Notes Country Outcome Relationship Disease Phenotype
1. LaKind JS, et al. (2012). bisphenol A 1,039 Study subjects urine United States no correlation Diabetes Mellitus
2. LaKind JS, et al. (2012). bisphenol A 1,057 Study subjects urine United States no correlation Heart Diseases
3. LaKind JS, et al. (2012). bisphenol A 1,082 Study subjects urine United States no correlation Heart Diseases
4. LaKind JS, et al. (2012). bisphenol A 1,085 Study subjects urine United States no correlation Diabetes Mellitus
5. LaKind JS, et al. (2012). bisphenol A 1,302 Study subjects urine United States no correlation Heart Diseases
6. LaKind JS, et al. (2012). bisphenol A 1,316 Study subjects urine United States no correlation Diabetes Mellitus
7. LaKind JS, et al. (2012). bisphenol A 1,370 Study subjects urine United States no correlation Heart Diseases
8. LaKind JS, et al. (2012). bisphenol A 1,383 Study subjects urine United States no correlation Diabetes Mellitus
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